Say hello to our new WordPress plugin that enables you to get a great insight into your FeedBurner feed, along with information and statistics about the subscribers, views, clicks, feed item information and chronological statistics. Here is a screenshot from the FeedBurner Stats by DevMD.com plugin for WordPress.
The idea of this plugin is to give you access to your FeedBurner statistics, right from the WordPress admin panel, allowing you to monitor your day to day feed performance.
The plugin uses our new coding project, the FeedBurner Awareness PHP API to access the data from FeedBurner and the Google Visualization API for the colorful and interactive historical representations of your feed’s subscribers, reach and hits.
All you have to do is to enable the Awareness API for your feed. To enable the Awareness API, sign in to your FeedBurner account and visit the Publicize tab on the details page for the feed whose awareness data you want to access. Click Awareness API on the service menu that appears on the left side of the page. On the Awareness API form, click Activate.
After you have installed and activated the plugin, go to Settings then FeedBurner Stats Settings and enter your feed URI. If your FeedBurner feed URL is: http://feeds.feedburner.com/devmd, the last part in bold is the URI of your feed, in this case “devmd”. After that click Update options! and you are done. After the plugin has been installed and activated, a new admin menu button will appear in your WordPress admin. Click this button, labeled FeedBurner Stats, and you will see something like the image on the right.
Or add the plugin via your WordPress admin section.
ERROR 4: Data restricted; this feed does not have FeedBurner Stats PRO item view tracking enabled!
To activate, enable or turn on FeedBurner Stats PRO, sign in to your FeedBurner account. If you have multiple feeds, select the feed that you want to enable the FeedBuner Stats PRO service. Click the Analyze tab, scroll to the Services menu on the left and click on Configure Stats link. Check Item views, Item link clicks and everything else you might need.
Fatal error: Call to undefined function curl_init() in …/wp-content/plugins/feedburner-stats-by-devmdcom/AwAPI_DevMD_FBStats.class.php on line 287
You do not have cURL installed on your server, contact your web hosting company and tell them to install it on your server.
Other PHP Errors: Upload the plugin via FTP manually, WordPress sometimes breaks the code while unzipping.